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How to count 0 to 10 in Arabic Numerals?

In this article, we will learn the Arabic Numerals with respective English numbers and pronunciation.

Arabic numerals are derived from the Hindi-Arabic numerical system. The writing and pronunciation of these numerals differ greatly from the English numerical system. 

In the Arabic-spoken world, there are several different standard forms of Arabic language in different regions of the world. Mostly Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) is the standardized version and is followed while learning the Arabic language. Arabic Language is the official language of more than 20 countries in the Middle East and is the official language of 6 countries in the United Nations.

If you want to learn how to count from 0 to 10 in Arabic, the following is the list of Arabic numerals from zero to ten and the way to pronounce them in Arabic language.

English to Arabic Numerals Converter
  1. One is wahid (waah-heet) (واحد).
  2. Two is itnan (ihth-naan) (إثنان).
  3. Three is talata (theh-lah-theh) (ثلاثة).
  4. Four is arba’a (ahr-uh-bah-ah) (أربع).
  5. Five is hamsa (hahm-sah) (خمسة).
  6. Six is sitta (siht-tah) (ستة).
  7. Seven is sab’a (sehb-uh-ah) (سبعة).
  8. Eight is tamaniya (theh-mah-nee-yuh) (ثمانية).
  9. Nine is tis’a (tihs-anh) (تسعة).
  10. Ten is ashra (ahsh-ahr-rah) (عشرة).